July 2015

The Art of Trust

 8 July – 16 August  2015

Art of Trust is an exhibition of artwork created by children and young people from Kids Company, in collaboration with the RWA.

Alfred Stockham has been a prominent member of the Royal West of England Academy for many years. He served on the Council, the Exhibitions Committee, the Selections Committee and, most notably, he was awarded the position of Honorary Curator of the permanent collection. In this capacity he staged several themed exhibitions with works he selected from the Academy archives.

Alf Stockham - Selected Works

7 July - 9 August 2015

Alfred Stockham has been a prominent member of the Royal West of England Academy for many years. He served on the Council, the Exhibitions Committee, the Selections Committee and, most notably, he was awarded the position of Honorary Curator of the permanent collection. In this capacity he staged several themed exhibitions with works he selected from the Academy archives.

Predominantly focusing on our of our region’s most notable artistic enclaves, the Newlyn School, Into the Fields also includes associated artists such as George Clausen and Henry La Thangue.

Into the Fields: The Newlyn School and Other Artists

20 June – 6 September 2015

Predominantly focusing on our of our region’s most notable artistic enclaves, the Newlyn School, Into the Fields also includes associated artists such as George Clausen and Henry La Thangue.

Two internationally renowned British artists, Peter Randall-Page RWA and Kate MccGwire, have been brought together for this striking exhibition as part of the RWA’s environmental theme for Bristol’s year as European Green Capital.

Peter Randall-Page RWA and Kate MccGwire

20 June – 10 September 2015

Two internationally renowned British artists, Peter Randall-Page RWA and Kate MccGwire, have been brought together for this striking exhibition as part of the RWA’s environmental theme for Bristol’s year as European Green Capital.

James Ravilious’s photographs are composed with the eye of an artist, capturing subtle qualities of light to reflect the rural life and landscapes of North Devon in the 1970’s and 80’s.

James Ravilious: Rural Life

20 June – 6 September 2015

James Ravilious’s photographs are composed with the eye of an artist, capturing subtle qualities of light to reflect the rural life and landscapes of North Devon in the 1970’s and 80’s.

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